Mark VII to IX Saloons

From 1950 to 1961

The mainstay saloon production cars for the 1950's and the first saloon to carry the world renowned XK 6-cylinder engine, along with a new chassis, and new bodywork styling.

Production years: 1950 - 1957

Introduced in 1950 the Mark VII brought together all the new components that the company had been working on postwar, clothed in a very stylish 5-seater four-door saloon body style. An entirely new in-house designed and built 3.4 litre twin ca...

Production years: 1958 - 1959

In 1958 the Mark VIII was introduced as an interim model, initially listed alongside the Mark VIIM. With a revised interior, more prominent radiator grille and chrome trim and the option of two-tone exterior paintwork, the car also stayed in p...

Production years: 1959 - 1961

The last development of this model range came in 1959 with the introduction of the Mark IX. Looking exactly the same as the Mark VIII, there were major enhancements to performance and safety. Fitted with a larger 3.8 litre XK engine and with a...